A mailing list is a list of email addresses which get the very same message simultaneously. When you send an e-mail message to the mailing list address, it will be redirected to all the addresses on that mailing list automatically, but none of the receivers will learn who the other recipients are. Generally, users have to subscribe to a mailing list, but occasionally email addresses are included manually without their owners’ approval. Depending on the given list management software, you may also be able to add new subscribers, so users cannot subscribe to a mailing list unless you authorize their signup request. The mailing list option is rather valuable if you want to send regular newsletters or some other sort of regular announcements to customers, since you’ll need to send only one single e-mail and all the subscribers will get it immediately. As a result, you won’t need to insert a huge number of email addresses manually.
Mailing Lists in Shared Hosting
If you use any of our Linux shared packages and our email services in particular, you’ll be able to set up an electronic mailing list easily or even use multiple mailing lists, if you wish to reach different types of people and to send them different content. With only a few clicks in the Email Manager section of the Hepsia Control Panel, you’ll be able to choose the mailbox that the emails will be sent from, and the admin address and password that you’ll use to administer different settings. We employ Majordomo, one of the most famous mailing list managers available on the market, which will permit you to add/remove mailing list subscribers and to edit quite a lot of settings regarding the mailing list subscribers and the emails they get.